SRJC Receives $5,000 Community Grant from Impact 100

December 21, 2016 

(Left to right) Sarah Laggos, SRJC Foundation; Rosa Linda Bliss and Enedina Vera, HEP program; Debra Marzak and Judy Farrell, Impact 100 Redwood Circle; Catherine Prince, Beatriz Camargo, and Vanessa Saraza, HEP program; and Kate McClintock, SRJC Foundation.

Santa Rosa, CA – Representatives from the Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) Foundation and SRJC High School Equivalency Program (HEP) were delighted to receive a “community grant” from Impact 100 Redwood Circle members on Friday, December 16th for $5,000. 

The HEP Program helps migrant and seasonal agricultural workers and their immediate family members achieve high school equivalency certificates. Subsequently, HEP students gain improved employment, enroll in post-secondary education or enlist in military services. The Impact 100 Redwood Circle funds will be used to support students beginning their first semester of college at SRJC with book and parking vouchers.

Impact 100 is a Sonoma County women’s giving circle which empowers and enables local women to serve as philanthropic leaders by collectively funding significant grants that will make a lasting impact in our community.

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